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The world is our classroom at OBS, Harness the outdoors and inspire our youths!

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 Interested to be an OBS Instructor? Click here to apply.

 Watch our video here and be inspired by the stories of our OBS Instructors below!

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Click here to apply now. For any HR related questions, please email NYC_HR@nyc.gov.sg.

  • Have a passion for active sports or outdoor adventure
  • Enjoy working with young people
  • Minimum Diploma holder with good communications skills in English (spoken and written)
  • Able to swim continuously for at least 400m without any buoyancy aid. This is necessary as you will conduct various water-based activities such as kayaking, rafting and sailing.
  • Physically and medically fit. The job requires you to bring groups out on expeditions which involve trekking and/or paddling for long distances. You will be responsible for the participants' well-being when they are under your care.
  • A Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident

Diploma holder – Starting from $2,700 for fresh graduates

Degree holder – Starting from $3,100 for fresh graduates

Enjoy a wide range of leave benefits including vacation, medical, study, marriage, maternity/paternity, childcare, and parent-care leave.

As a public officer on the Medisave-cum-Subsidised Outpatient (MSO) medical benefits scheme, you'll receive an additional 2% of your gross monthly salary into your Central Provident Fund Medisave Account.

You'll also receive a subsidy of up to $500 per calendar year for your medical expenses.

You'll be reimbursed 85% of your dental expenses per visit, up to a maximum of $120 per year.

OBS, a division of the National Youth Council (NYC) autonomous agency, is part of a world-wide adventure-based training network in more than 30 countries. OBS is one of the leaders in adventure education programmes in the region.

Over the past 50 years, more than 500,000 individuals have been changed for life by an Outward Bound experience.